Cartoon of Elements
Cartoon of Elements is a fun activity on periodic table elements and can be used as starter.
Use periodic table to identify group of cartoons. You can use first or first two letters also to find the name.
Carbon, Hydrogen, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Tantalum, Boron, Hydrogen, Iodine, Magnesium
Nobelium, Bismuth, Tantalum
Sulphur, Hydrogen, Iodine, Nitrogen, Carbon, Hydrogen,
Sulphur, Hydrogen, Iodine, Vanadium
Krypton, iodine, sulphur, hydrogen
There are many ways in which you can represent the elements for example :
- The character “Periodic Table Man” is a superhero who represents all of the elements on the periodic table. Each of his body parts is designed to resemble a specific element or group of elements.
- The character “Mendeleev” is a cartoon representation of Dmitri Mendeleev, the Russian chemist who developed the periodic table. Mendeleev is often depicted holding a periodic table or dressed in a lab coat.
- The character “Professor Oxygen” is a cartoon representation of the element oxygen. He is often depicted wearing a gas mask or carrying oxygen tanks.
- The character “Ms. Helium” is a cartoon representation of the element helium. She is often depicted as a beautiful woman with a light and airy personality.